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... like this - the little boy, who was a wealthy merchant, took off and got lost and when his father found him, he was peeing. The father was so happy to find him, he asked a sculptor to design and make a little statue of his boy, so he would not forget this memorable moment. Brussels is a lovely place, not what we expected, although we didn't really know what to expect! We had a welcome dinner at the hotel, called 'The ...
July 2 – Tuesday
Woke up at 820 to venture out for a haircut-turned out alright and it came with free coffee
Train to Cologne (Koeln) in search of a connection and ticket with only 15 min at the station
Found ticket office and found out my rail pass wouldn't cover the trip ~65 euros
Decided to wait 3 hours for the train that would be covered for me.
Ate lunch at a bar, ...
... awful to wake up feeling exhausted.
I decided to forgo the egg this morning. But I was entertained by a woman trying to eat a soft-boiled egg. Her egg cup kept tipping over.
I left the hotel (where I will likely never stay again, even though it was perfectly fine in many ways) at 9:15 and took the Tube (the hot, hot Tube) to St. Pancras, where I caught a Eurostar train to Brussels. The two-hour ride was thoroughly unmemorable and, even though my carriage ...
... is that its pretty expensive. Steve and I went in every single one (thanks Steve for not complaining haha) to admire the beauty of it all. I love chocolate!!
We found one store which let you build your own assortments of various chocolates. Of course we had to try. So we got a few chocolate covered raisins, tirimasu covered almonds. chocolate cookies, pralines chocolate balls and our favourite, chocolate roschers! Don't even compare them to the Ferrero Roschers ...
... there (he probably liked us) and invited to his summer
cottage on the sea shore in Knokke and then bike trip happened! It was
cold, sometimes rainy, ALWAYS windy, almost all the time in the dunes,
with beers, laughs and food stops.
After we reached Vlissingen, we
were so excited, we went around, got some famous stroop waffles! Okey,
maybe not some, but A LOT! It was our food for the next 2 days probably,
it was tasty and cheap, and so dutch, ...